My best friend and I are working together to form a Photography business. We are working together very well and are noticing our strengths and weaknesses and are taking the time to address each one. There is one thing however that keeps throwing me. In order to make a living at photography you need to be well versed in everything. Portrait photography will be the main standing point as it is what people want. My "style" or "passion" however is not portrait photography. It is in a way....yes, taking portraits is a part of any photography shoot with people, but its unnerving having to sit groups, posing uniformaly, smile everyone...say cheese. I crave the natural photoshoot. The artistic side of photography. I want to allow the wind to blow your hair in the perfect way and the sun to shine in just the right spot...and there you have the perfect picture that moves me. My best friend deals MUCH better with the regular studio photography and is great with energy and generating business. Right now we are doing model photoshoots for our portfolio. Families, models, babies etc. I LOVE babies. So, I guess we have a lot to offer to customers and eachother. I just want thoughts and advice to help me along the way to open up and enjoy other aspects of photography so I don't hold us and our business down. Any thoughts??